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Article du Mélanges 1983

E.A.O. : EXPRESSION AVEC ORDINATEUR

ABE, Danielle / CEMBALO, Sam Michel


This paper describes two experiments in computer assisted language learning. Two programs have been used for oral expression with two small groups of French students : Murder, designed by John Higgins and Nouns, designed at the C.R.A.P.E.L.

After a brief desription of the programs and the classroom set-ups for their implementation, the paper provides a speech acts analysis of the conversations recorded. Two types of relationship with the computer have been found for each program : program-linked utterances and program-free utterances. Althought there are more program-linked utterances in Murder than in Nouns they are comparatively less numerous than computer-free utterances in both instances, which is an encouraging indication of success. Links between information load in the program and type of interaction have been found. Further programs will be developed along these lines.


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